Steve Johnson is an academic and consultant, with a distinguished track record in providing strategic advice, training and education to government, armed forces, academia and industry on CBRNE and forensics. Educated at Cambridge University and Cranfield University, he has received broad training across policing and counter terrorism. He served in the British Army, including the Joint CBRN Regiment and is still a specialist reserve officer. Additionally he is a special constable with Wiltshire police. He has supported Interpol, Europol, the Home Officer, DSTL, ICRC and the UN in a range of CBRN and CT roles.
He is Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University where he teaches on Terrorism, CBRN, International Disaster response and Emergency and Disaster Management policy and law. At Cranfield University he is Course Director for the MSc Forensic Explosive and Explosion Investigation and runs courses and research on CBRN, Explosives and Terrorism. He was recently appointed to a number of committees at the University of Tor Vergata, on their CBRNE Protection Master of Engineering program, where he has also taught on explosives, CBRN and crisis communication.